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"database, n. Computing. A structured set of data held in computer storage and typically accessed or manipulated by means of specialized software." OED
how to ACCESS SOURCES
- The Grand Valley University Libraries databases are available to help you research and find information. Databases are a repository of academic journals, magazines, books, etc. Examples of databases are JSTOR, ProQuest, PubMed, and PsychINFO.
- To access the databases, go to the library website at www.gvsu.edu/library and select “Databases” next to More Research Tools: under the search bar. You will be able to search for databases alphabetically, by subject, and database type.
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